I put the smiley at the end of my sentence in to indicate that I was making the comment in jest, but thanks for looking out for me.
Hence the saying: can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em.
I suggest a mixed crew, with a diversity of strengths and weaknesses. Plus for a super long journey (one which they may not return from), companionship from the opposite sex will likely be important for long term mental health.
The CEOs must have gone to the same seminar. It's the only reason I can think of.
In Canada, the Tim Hortons donut shop drive-thrus now have two lanes for ordering. These merge into a single lane and a single window for both payment and pickup.
I personally can't see how this speeds things up, since ordering is not the bottleneck in the process - it's the filling of orders that takes the most time. Why not have a single lane and two pickup windows? It's bizarre.
The call to speed up the ice lines is not an intellectual exercise. Unless there's a non-obvious major problem with making this change, this is something that could be done the very next year, and would save people thousands of person-hours waiting in line in the sun.
Nobody ever got fired for doing things the way they've always been done. Maybe it's time to change ice vendors to someone willing to serve it up faster.
I don't know, but I can't help but be impressed by their artificial intelligence research. Seems to me that investment will pay off big as it is already having success.
Tomorrow can mean many things. In a couple billion years, Earth will be a lifeless planet. So your worry about obamacare, etc.. is really moot.
You get to have a crappy experience today and a better experience "tomorrow". Welcome to the bleeding^Wblurry edge of technology.
It is a badass Rockstar technology
That is why hipsters love it as a bad ass Rockstar technology.
Under communism there is no private sector, thereby solving the problem of government officials moonlighting for private-sector companies.
It can't do event driven launches and yes it does impact desktop users. Example, your on your corporate network on a laptop and you close the lid and take a plane to somewhere else and the laptop wakes up. How can Init handle something like this and know to configure it to a new network?
This is why Sun, Apple, and Ubuntu developed their own event driven systems. System D is not good. But event driven systems can respond to events like a hack attack, excess load, and other things for servers.
Init was made for stationary mini computers with only 20 text based commands and apps. It's not designed for the hacks we use to get it to work today on modern systems
Second, people can read signs even after revolutions. If you put "severe radiation, stay out" on a concrete building, it'll be fine.
An additional advantage to those signs is that in a dystopian future, the terrorists are usually the good guys. The info will help direct those good guys to where they can find materials helpful in the fight against evil governments.